The dyslexic brain is wired a bit differently from others. A child or adult with dyslexia can be as smart as the next person, and still have trouble with things such as letter sounds that make up words. As a result, the typical way reading and writing are taught does not work well for the person with dyslexia. A person with dyslexia learns differently and needs someone who has the skills to teach to those differences effectively.
That’s where Jaimee Szymanski comes in. A professional speech-language pathologist, she opened Dynamic Dyslexia and Speech in Weirton, West Virginia, in November 2019.
“We offer dyslexia diagnostics, tutoring, speech-language therapy, advocacy, consulting, continuing education, and community engagement presentations,” she said.
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